Join us at Kennesaw State University (KSU) as the sun, moon and earth align on August 21, 2017!!!
The Department of Physics Professors will be there with solar telescopes, eclipse-related displays, presentations and to answer any questions you may have. What a great way for KSU Students to experience this once in a lifetime event!!!
Kennesaw State physics professors will be on hand during live viewings at two campus locations:
- Kennesaw Campus – Campus Green between 1-3 p.m. with Kevin Stokes, chair of the Department of Physics, overseeing the viewing site;
- Marietta Campus – By the globe in front of the Joe Mack Wilson Student Center, with David Joffe, associate professor of physics, from 1-3 p.m.
A limited supply of viewing glasses will be available at both live viewing locations.
A live-streamed viewing on the Owl View digital wall in Sturgis Library, first floor, will also available from 11:30 - 3:30 p.m.
(PHOTO) Linda Stouffer, WSB-TV anchor and reporter, takes a break from an interview with Associate Professor of Physics David Joffe to check out the new solar eclipse glasses that students will use on Aug. 21 to safely view the eclipse. Read the full article on the News at KSU website »